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Violence: Violence (General) | Child Abuse | Elder Abuse | Domestic Violence | Rape | Stalking | Workplace Violence | Youth Violence


Child Abuse

(Jump to: General Information | Sexual Abuse | Safety Strategies )

General Information
1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) (National Child Abuse Hotline)
Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect: Signs and Symptoms:Child Welfare Information Gateway
How to Report Suspected Child Maltreatment:Child Welfare Information Gateway
Child Abuse & Neglect:Child Welfare Information Gateway
Child Abuse:NCVC
How to Handle Abuse:Nemours Foundation [for Kids]
Shaken Baby Syndrome:Nemours Foundation
Parenting Tips:American Academy of Family Physicians
Child Abuse:MedlinePlus


Child Sexual Abuse
Child Sexual Abuse:American Academy of Childhood & Adolescent Psychiatry
Child Sexual Abuse:NCVC
Child Sexual Abuse:MedlinePlus


Child Abuse Safety Strategies
A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety:Federal Bureau of Investigation
Safety Tips for Parents:NCVC
Safety Tips for Children: Sexual Assault:NCVC


Elder Abuse

Elder Mistreatment:American Geriatric Society
Elder Abuse:MedlinePlus


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